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John Neville, Admiral of the King’s Fleet

November 18, 2013 , , ,

My 19th great-grandfather was a Baron and an admiral of the Royal Navy.  He was born at Raby Castle in Durham, England.  Although his family may have descended from royal Scottish blood, he fought in a war against the Scots and the French in the Royal Navy.  He and my 19th great-grandmother are buried in the cathedral in Durham
Sir John ‘3rd Baron de Raby’ Neville, Admiral of the Kings Fleet(1341 – 1388)
is my 19th great grandfather
son of Sir John ‘3rd Baron de Raby’ Neville, Admiral of the Kings Fleet
daughter of Thomas De Neville
son of Maude de Neville
daughter of John Talbot
son of Isabel Talbot
son of Sir Richard Ashton
daughter of Sir Christopher Ashton
son of Lady Elizabeth Ashton
son of Capt Roger Dudley
daughter of Gov Thomas Dudley
son of Anne Dudley
daughter of John Bradstreet
son of Mercy Bradstreet
daughter of Caleb Hazen
daughter of Mercy Hazen
son of Martha Mead
son of Abner Morse
son of Daniel Rowland Morse
son of Jason A Morse
son of Ernest Abner Morse
I am the daughter of Richard Arden Morse

John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville de Raby

John Neville Baron Neville de Raby Spouse (s) Maud Percy
Elizabeth Latimer, 5th Baroness Latimer Issue Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland
Thomas Neville, 5th Baron Furnivall
Elizabeth Neville
Alice Nevile
Maud Neville
Eleanor Neville
John Neville, 6th Baron Latimer
Elizabeth Neville Noble family House of Neville Father Ralph Neville, 2nd Baron Neville de Raby Mother Alice Audley Born 1328 Died 17 October 1388
John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville de Raby, KG (1328 – 17 October 1388) was born at Castle Raby, County Durham, England to Ralph Neville, 2nd Baron Neville de Raby and Alice de Audley. He fought in the Battle of Neville’s Cross on 17 October 1346 as a Captain in his father’s division. He was Knighted in 1360 and after his father’s death in 1367 he succeeded to the title of 3rd Baron Neville of Raby. In 1368 he served as the English ambassdor to France. He was Admiral of the King’s fleet and served in the wars against the Scots and French. He was made a Knight of the Garter in 1369. Neville married Maud Percy, daughter of Henry de Percy, 2nd Baron Percy and Idoine de Clifford. After Maud died in 1379 John married a second time to Elizabeth Latimer, daughter of William Latimer, 4th Baron Latimer.

Children
Six children by Maud Percy
Ralph de Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland (1364–1425)
Thomas de Nevill, 5th Baron Furnivall (1377–1406)
Elizabeth de Neville (b. 1379)
Alice de Nevile (1379–1433)
Maud de Neville (b. 1379)
Eleanor de Neville (1379–1441), married Ralph de Lumley, 1st Baron Lumley. They were parents to Catherine de Lumley.
Two Children by Elizabeth Latimer
John de Neville, 6th Lord Latimer (1382–1430)
Elizabeth de Neville, Baroness Latimer (b. 1388)
Baron Percy
References
thePeerage.com Accessed May 13, 2007
Peerage of England Preceded by
Ralph Neville Baron Neville de Raby
1367–1388 Succeeded by
Ralph Neville

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still cousins?
John Neville (1328 – 1388)
is your 16th great grandfather
Ralph de Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland (1363 – 1425)
son of John Neville
Eleanor Neville (1399 – 1463)
daughter of Ralph de Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland
Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland (1421 – 1461)
son of Eleanor Neville
Margaret Percy (1450 – 1486)
daughter of Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland
Elizabeth Gascoigne (1471 – 1553)
daughter of Margaret Percy
Anne Tailboys (1516 – 1566)
daughter of Elizabeth Gascoigne
Frances Dymoke (1539 – 1610)
daughter of Anne Tailboys
Helen Windebank * (see Pedigree) (1597 – 1657)
daughter of Frances Dymoke
John Denton (1636 – 1664)
son of Helen Windebank * (see Pedigree)
John Denton * (see Pedigree) (1665 – )
son of John Denton
Elizabeth Denton (1717 – 1754)
daughter of John Denton * (see Pedigree)
Isham Vaughn Lucy (1740 – 1820)
son of Elizabeth Denton
William B Lucy (1779 – 1823)
son of Isham Vaughn Lucy
Sarah Ann Lucy (1811 – 1866)
daughter of William B Lucy
Burwell Christmas Evans (1844 – 1889)
son of Sarah Ann Lucy
Ethel Evans (1887 – 1981)
daughter of Burwell Christmas Evans
Ethel Bennett (1917 – )
daughter of Ethel Evans
Frederick Edward Rehfeldt
You are the son of Ethel Bennett

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frederick (rick) rehfeldt

November 19, 2013

This is pretty interesting. All these are the ancestors of Anne Bradstreet, Pilgrim poet..and we stay together for a while back then…where did you ancestors come to America…and when??

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mermaidcamp

November 19, 2013

that is an interesting question! I usually think of my 8th great grandfather Myles Standish and Barbara Mullins first. He came on the Mayflower in 1620. Rose died and he sent for Barbara. But, there have been many marriages for his descendants down to me but what is interesting is that they seem to have somehow married into families of a similar descent. Myles is important as a “folk person” so I will not blow his cover but I will leave you with a clue, he was a “Cornwall”. My wife is a lineal descendant of Elder Brewster who with Myles Standish cared for the sick that first winter as they were among the few who did not get sick. When I married I had no clue but we were introduced. The records in New England are very good compared to South Carolina where the other main branch of my family comes from. I have spent years on South Carolina and Virginia. Once again, the many marriages add up to many arrivals. I could write on and on. The most memorable is the Burwell family who operated Fairfield Plantation in Virginia. I think that is the name. You can look it up. Must go. <ore later.

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frederick (rick) rehfeldt

November 19, 2013

My mother’s side mostly went to South Carolina, sometimes via VA. My father’s all came to New England except some Swiss people who landed in VA very early. I still have problems with all their records…I thought I had Miles Standish for a while, but i don’t..must go look to be sure..

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mermaidcamp

November 20, 2013

Will try to finish, The Burwells of Fairfield (hope that is right) stand out somehow. Perhaps because the link is mysterious, and my colorful great grandfather was “Burwell Christmas Evans.” One of my New England ancestors had his real estate taken during the 1776 revolution because of his family ties to England. Food for thought. i could write a book about all the family arrivals to America but it astounds me in tracing them back they all seem so similar, Perhaps that is common. Even people I overlooked for years and then followed back with no expectations, just well…Wow!

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frederick edward rehfeldt

November 19, 2013

Durham cathedral is wonderful. If I get there again soon I will look for your ancestors

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London-Unattached.com

November 21, 2013

OH!!! I would love to see their picture. I lived in Durham NC as a young thespian

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mermaidcamp

November 21, 2013

your personal history never fails to amaze and educate me

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Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

November 23, 2013

John 3rd Baron Neville de Raby Neville, one of my 17th great grandfathers.

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Michael Hamilton

January 17, 2016

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